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Grammar Friday

By Pjfaur @peterfaur

I cringe whenever I see grammar mistakes in advertising, promotional materials and other items meant for public consumption. How these things get past professional agencies is beyond my understanding. Three examples are below. Send me your examples, and I’ll use them. My email is [email protected]




The price is about 15 seconds of proofreading and enough knowledge to know this is far from perfect.

Coma-induced comma



This calls for a hyphen, not a comma.




Drop the apostrophe, and then we can talk.

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